Poll for Coram's Field late August

Some of us get together from time to time in order to talk about the latest issue of Heat magazine, global politics, important developments in lipstick manufacture and, er, Baby-Led Weaning.

Which day or days are best for you?

Friday 17th August
5
29%
Monday 20th August
7
41%
Tuesday 21st August
5
29%
 
Total votes : 17

Re: Poll for Coram's Field late August

Postby Rosie_t_Riveter » 20 Aug 2012, 19:17

We missed you Sully!

Thanks for a great day everyone, it was fab. TheWriggler had a bath and a shower and a hair wash and I'm fairly sure I will still find some Corams mud or sand on him tomorrow! He was filthy!
TheWriggler - Aug 2009
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Re: Poll for Coram's Field late August

Postby KateGladTidings » 20 Aug 2012, 19:39

Same here! Roo sobbed all the way through his bath cause he was soooo tired and I'm not sure I got it all off. He had a great time. When dh asked what he did today, he told him he'd played with TheWriggler with a big grin.

Lovely to meet you Ives and see you again Heidi. Sorry to have missed all those who didn't make it.
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Re: Poll for Coram's Field late August

Postby Heidi » 20 Aug 2012, 19:52

We walked around Aldwych, Covent Garden, past the Savoy and along Embankment and found 7 more Wenlocks/Mandevilles on our way back to Waterloo. They both loved walking over the bridge - I don't think they've ever seen a boat go under a bridge before :?
Then they had an ice cream for tea, and a packet of crisps of the train for supper. Bed with no bath by the time we got home!!

Sorry I didn't have more time to talk to you guys,but my children are not yet able to play without me - and there was me thinking that would be an advantage of having 2!

See you all again next year (I have been to Coram's once a year for the last 3 years :D )
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Re: Poll for Coram's Field late August

Postby AwayinaChive » 22 Aug 2012, 20:30

It was so great seeing and meeting you all! I'm glad I had dh there so I could talk a bit!
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